A combustive mixture of glam rock and roll riffs, power pop melodies, and a lot of punk energy, Cheap Period will be the brainchild of Jeffrey Novak, a Tennessee indigenous who began taking part in in punk rings in his young adults. His groups consist of Jeffrey Novak’s One Guy Band as well as the ultra-raw Rat Traps; when the Rat Traps retired in 2006, Novak created Cheap Period with Become Your Personal Pet’s Jemina Pearl on bass and Nathan Vasquez on drums. This edition of the music group was heavily affected from the Runaways and early Redd Kross, and released its debut 7″ on Nice Rot in 2007. Pearl and Vasquez remaining the music group to focus on Become Your Own Family pet, and were changed by bassist Stephen Braren and drummer Jon Sewell. The band’s audio also shifted: Novak required some tunes influenced by glam and power pop functions just like the Quick, Sparks, and Dairy ‘n’ Cookies — that have been designed for another task, the Peoploids — and switched them into Inexpensive Time tunes. Early in 2008, the revamped Cheap Period released another 7″ on Douchemaster before their self-titled full-length on In debt, which showed up that springtime. Ryan Sweeney changed Sewell on drums beginning in ’09 2009, when the music group released the “Woodland Drive”/”Cent & Jenny” solitary and toured with Yo La Tengo. Cheap Period came back with Fantastic Explanations (And Identical Circumstances), a somewhat more organised and complex group of tracks, this year 2010. Novak and staff resurfaced in 2012 with Wallpaper Music, an attitude-heavy group of tracks documented in Novak’s house studio; the record introduced another brand-new lineup of Cheap Period, with Novak and Sweeney became a member of by bassist Jessica McFarland. Cheap Period stepped out using a 4th album, Leave Smiles, in 2013, accompanied by a thorough tour of European countries.